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Why is it that Christian colleges and universities often look much like secular ones, with an overlay of “chapel” and “Christian values”?
And why does Christian college curriculum usually mirror or accommodate the academic disciplines and divisions found in liberal secular universities?
This engaging collection of essays boldly challenges Christians to rethink liberal assumptions about higher education.
Critiquing the current literature on church-based education for too easily adopting liberal categories, the contributors dramatically reimagine Christian college curriculum.
Presenting a church-centered definition of academic freedom, the essays take up questions of social and political witness in a liberal society, urging the formation of faculty and students into the body of Christ.
Conflicting Allegiances will challenge and inform Christian university professors, students, administrators, and anyone interested in church-centered theology.